Ouidad Double Detangler Comb Review + Giveaway
An expression in French, the most romantic of romance languages, comes to mind when I search for the words to describe my relationship with my new Ouidad Double Detangler Comb: COUP DE FOUDRE. Translation: love at first sight. After pulling the hulking behemoth of a comb out of its box and feeling its impressive weight in my palm, I knew that I had found a workhorse worthy of taking on my dense thicket of coils. It had the strength all right, but would it perform?
In a word: YES. After doing a quick wash with my Chagrin Valley Poo Bar, I lavished my strands with Trader Joe’s Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner (my go-to condish for slip these days), then picked up the comb. Starting from my ends, I worked the comb through small 2″ sections of my hair. OMGosh it was just sliding through my strands like a knife through butter. And we’re talking the type of butter that has been sitting out on the counter next to the toaster, not the been-in-the-fridge butter that will rip holes in your toast when you try to spread it.
Normally, a full detangling takes me about 45 minutes. With the Ouidad Double Detangler I was done in under twenty. The best part: minimal shed hair! There was no pulling or breaking; just pure, full on, gliiiiiiiide. Lovez it!
Another fun feature about this comb is that it doubles (hehehe, pun intended) as a comb organizer/holder!
The folks over at Ouidad have are sponsoring a giveaway of one comb to a Natural Selection reader. That’s right, YOU, yes you, could win your very own Ouidad Double Detangler comb!
Here’s how you can win:
1. Make sure you’re a subscriber to this blog
2. “Like” the Ouidad Facebook Page
3. Write in the comments section of this post three words to describe your tangled hair. Share yours and win!
Looking forward to hear what your snarly shares are!
Speaking of giveways, I’d like to give a shout out to Ms. Bar B who won our most recent giveaway of a pair of earrings from Fatemeh’s Jewelry and Accessories! When asked how she would rock these crocheted earrings, she replied “If I won those beautifully fly earrings, I’d throw some Eco Styler Gel in my TWA and define my curls. Then possibly put on my black slouch hat/tam, pushed slightly to the back revealing the front section of my curls. Those earrings would bring the RASTA right outta me =)” Can’t wait to see you rockin’ these things rasta style, girl!!!